SINGER/SONGWRITER MARK GREENAWALT
I have been writing songs since I was about 10 years old (I still have some of those cassettes, luckily I got better). During high school I started honing my abilities on guitar and keyboards playing in working cover bands. And then I discovered the seemingly miraculous art of 4-track recording when I bought a Tascam 246 PortaStudio. It allowed me to layer the drums and the bass, and then build up more tracks, and then bounce them until I had complete songs. One of my first recordings from my parents basement was called Racing the Bullet. Looking back, it was kinda' cheesey, but it was a great start to what has blossomed into a wonderful passion of mine. I have been fortunate to have collaborated with other writers and I've had some of my songs recorded by other artists. Here are some samples of my work that I am developing for use in film and TV, other recording artists, and of course for my personal use in my solo gigs and bands that I play with. I hope you find some that you enjoy!
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OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEOS
ADDITIONAL LYRIC VIDEOS AND STATIC COVER VIDEOS
Mark Greenawalt, Artist
Phoenix, Arizona, United States of America
E-mail: [email protected]
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All songs and music on this site are copyrighted 1985-present by Mark Greenawalt or as noted and all rights are reserved. Music on this site are not intended for free download, but for demonstration purposes to collaborators, businesses, and fans worldwide. The works are not in the public domain and are not to be downloaded from this site or used in any electronic format without prior permission from Mark Greenawalt. Unauthorized use is a violation of copyright laws.